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The national registration search contains the names of all individuals and firms who are registered to sell securities in Canada, with the exception of those registered solely with the Ontario Securities Commision (OSC).

Resources for Students

Whether you're a student wanting to learn about money and finances, a parent looking for online tools or a teacher or youth facilitator wanting free and unbiased resources, this is the place for you.

Browse through the resources provided below and see what you find.

Helpful Resources

make it count      

Make It Count

This interactive and fun program from the Canadian Securities Administrators teaches how to use everyday situations to engage youth in money discussions. Helpful for any age, but best suited for Grades    4​ – 8, with tools for youth, instructors and parents.

97.9% of parents who have used the resource felt it was detailed enough to understand and complete the activities. 83% of parents who used the resource found the information helped their child(ren) be better money managers.

"It was easy to read and is a very resourceful tool"
Community-based social worker

The City a financial life skills resource      

THE CITY: A Financial Life Skills Resource

Check out the THE CITY, a hip online world for educators and their students that teaches lifelong lessons about money through relevant scenarios. Ideal for high school age. From the British Columbia Securities Commission and the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.

Watch this video to hear from an Alberta teacher who used THE CITY with her students.

Junior Achievement      

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement of Southern Alberta and Junior Achievement of Northern Alberta and NWT deliver programs in schools that help young Canadians discover leadership, entrepreneurial and workforce readiness skills. ASC employees give back to the community by volunteering as classroom instructors for Junior Achievement's Dollars With Sense and Investment Strategies Program sessions in Calgary and area.

Contact your local Junior Achievement office directly if you would like a presentation in your classroom or if you would like to volunteer.

Investments 101      

Investments 101

An introduction for students and youth on the different kinds of investments and how they work. View/print or request a free copy of this Canadian Securities Administrators factsheet.

Games and Learning Tools